Prime Minister orders Kacchi Canal inquiry report by Sept 15, 2017

PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday chaired a meeting of the Council of Common Interests (CCI) at the Prime Minister’s Office. Other than introduction of the temporary report of the 6th Population and Housing Census, did from March 15 to May 24, 2017, matters relating to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and comparable bodies in post-eighteenth amendment situation were talked about during the meeting.

Leader Abbasi acknowledged efforts of the armed force, law authorizing agencies, police, district administration and staff of Pakistan Bureau of Statics (PBS) for finishing the statistics 2017. He also stated the sacrifices the martyrs of Lahore impact and 10 enumerators who lost their lives during the evaluation operation.

The leader encouraged the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics’ staff and the Ministry of Statistics to guarantee early fruition of the last figures so monetary and social arranging of the nation can be brought to logical balance.

The pm accentuated the requirement for more prominent efforts by every one of the territories towards institutionalization and change of infrastructure of the instructive organization to enhance the nature of advanced education and to carry it at standard with the international standards.

Investigation into corruption allegations of the Kacchi Canal was additionally talked about by the committee. The executive watched that straightforwardness and responsibility should be strictly guaranteed in all people in general tasks. He coordinated that execution report into the discoveries of the request be finished by September 15 and introduced before next CCI meeting.

Other remarkable issues between the territories including net hydel benefit, National Water Policy and import of the Liquidified Natural Gas (LNG) were additionally talked about amid the meeting.

The meeting was attended by Technical Advisory Group Chairman Dr Jean Marc Olive, UNICEF Country Representative Angela Kearny, UNICEF group pioneer Dr John Agbor and different agents of global associations were additionally present during the meeting.